August 4, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Olin to assess its monitoring system

SA Reporter Olin Corp. More...

GH man accused of enticing child

Mobile police arrested a Grove Hill man, Monday, and charged him with attempting to entice a child into a room at his Mobile residence for More...

Special Sections

Church

Area Obituaries

Jackson

Margaret Elaine Jackson, 63, died July 8, 2005 at Mobile Infirmary. A resident of Jackson and a native of Coffeeville, she was a member of Peniel Baptist Church and the Clarke County RSVP. More...

Directory of Area Churches

ASSEMBLY OF GOD First Assembly of God Coffeeville Road More...

Worry less, pray more and thank God

Phil. 4:6 More...

Editorials

NAFTA, CAFTA brings loss of jobs to rural Alabama

Guest Columnist For the most part, it More...

Hugh Sparrow was a one-man ethics commission on Capitol Hill

Alabama Scene

Syndicated Columnist In my 50-plus years in the trade I have seen a lot of political writers come and go. But the stickout of all those members of the Capitol Press Corps as we were once called was Hugh W. Sparrow. More...

Kill the death tax

Guest Column

Alabama Policy Institute When Benjamin Franklin said, More...

People

Ray Pezent to make annual mission trip

Ray Pezent of Jackson revved his Harley Davidson motorcycle up Saturday and rode off into the midday sun on his third nationwide tour to feed and help homeless men and women and to minister to inmates in jails and prisons along the way. More...

Campbell - Williams exchange wedding vows at First Baptist Church

Carrie Leigh Williams and Adam Heath Campbell were united in marriage Saturday, May 28, 2005 at the First Baptist Church in Jackson. More...

Williams - Holt will be united in marriage Sept. 3

Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Williams of Hokes Bluff announce the engagement of their daughter, Sara Lauren, to John David Holt, son of Barbara Holt of Wagarville and Wayne Holt of Jackson. More...

Trooper crashes car north of Jackson

SA Reporter An early afternoon traffic accident caused extensive damage to an Alabama state trooper More...

Massey to take the helm at LHS

SA Reporter Larry Massey is excited about the prospect of leading Leroy High School to the next level of education. More...

Watch for school buses

Officers Aaron Carpenter (left) and Amos Jackson (right), on behalf of the Jackson Police Department, urge motorists to watch for school buses in the area when the 2005-06 school year begins next Wednesday. More...

News

Wheelchairs available for seniors and disabled

The More...

Supplier conference to draw national firms

A supplier conference is shaping up to be a big event in Thomasville, drawing such nationally known firms such as Boeing, Lockheed-Martin, Teledyne Brown and EADS, the French aircraft manufacturer that recently announced plans to locate a facility in More...

Photo

Thanks to the efforts of the Jackson Downtown Revitalization Committee, a new park will be located adjacent to the downtown fire station at the corner of Church Street and Forest Avenue. More...

Coming Events

Mark Your Calendar

JMC offers diabetes classes Diabetes classes are offered at Jackson Medical Center on Tuesday nights. Please call 251-246-9021 for class schedules. More...

Education

Schools back in session next week

Special to The South Alabamian School starts next week for students attending school in Clarke County. More...

WashCo 2005-06 School Calendar Aug. 11First Day for students

Sept. 5Labor Day holiday Oct. 20Parenting Day More...

Students complete 2005 WINGS program

Fifteen Washington County high school seniors were honored last week when they graduated from the Ciba Summer WINGS program in McIntosh. More...

Sports

Football practice begins at area schools

Both Jackson High School More...

Players headed to Mississippi College

Four former Jackson High School football players will play for Mississippi College this fall. They will attend school on athletic scholarships and report for their first practice Aug. 9. More...

Jackson Waverunners overtake both Monroeville and BMAC at last meet

June 30 On June 30, Jackson hosted Monroeville and BMAC. The results of the meet were: Jackson - 222 points; BMAC - 172 points; and Monroeville - 98 points. Individual swimmer results follow. More...